I’m breaking with tradition – can you see what’s different in the photos?
If you spotted the fact that my sweater is not tucked in then congrats – you’ve been paying attention! You guys know I’m a stickler for tucking in my tops and using the cheat tuck for my sweaters. So why the change?
There are two main criteria which usually have to be met in order for me not to cheat tuck in a sweater. First and foremost the sweater can’t be bulky. If the sweater is bulky then chances are you are going to have to cheat tuck it in to give yourself some shape. The material of this sweater together with the open holes ensure that this sweater is not bulky.
The second important requirement is the length of this sweater. This sweater is fairly long and covers my hips in both the front and the back. As a result, there is no visual break created at my widest point.
Now a quick note about this sweater, aside from the material and length, I have to say it’s really cool! I love distressed fabric at the bottom and the black yarn which is weaved into the sweater. It’s unique and looks great so in my book it’s a winner!
So what are your thoughts on tucking versus not tucking in a sweater? Let me know in the comments and make sure to check out some of the other amazing sweaters I found from Chicwish below!
Special thanks to Chicwish for sponsoring this post!